After winning The Voice Sundance Head is already facing some of the biggest problems that come with fame.
The 37-year-old was crowned the winner of The Voice only a couple of days ago and now he is already feeling all the pressure. Of course, it’s pretty exciting that he won the show but his coach Blake Shelton didn’t make it sound very promising that he would get signed to a record label.
The country star stated that labels associated with the winner often “drop the ball.” Apparently three of the winners before Sundance Head made deals with Universal Music Group, specifically the Republic Records imprint, but they haven’t seen much progress in their career and Shelton is blaming the label for it.
Since Sundance Head won The Voice he will be signing with both Universal and Republic and Shelton is a little worried about it. Many are saying that the label may not help him at all. We should be seeing a debate album from the winner within the first 12 months though and we hope that it really hits off for him.
There has been word that the winner from last season, Alisan Porter, isn’t even listed on the label’s site and has not released any music since her big win. Even if Head gets an album out in the next 12 months he may not see very much success from it.
“Normally, the label will provide promotional assistance, and Republic’s Zac Brown Band often gets a bump from Big Machine Label Group in the promotions, but as Taste of Country reports, there won’t be any help for Head.”
Of course all of these predictions are only based off of The Voice winners past experiences. Hopefully Blake Shelton can put in a good word and be able to really help Sundance Head get his music out there for fans to hear!
I hate that these artists already have to deal with this stuff! I hope things start looking up for him!